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Buddy program pairs up patients and survivors: "They know what you're going through because they've already been there"
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Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health stories
Liza Long, an Idaho mother of four, speaks out about parenting a mentally ill son and how our health care system needs to change
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With a little planning and help from a friend you can maintain your healthy summer glow well into the fall season
One of the fastest-growing liquor brands in America has European health officials making big changes, but Americans won't see the same reaction
Ryan Boyko tested negative for the virus, but Connecticut officials insisted he remain isolated at home, a decision he calls "simply unnecessary"
An attorney for Kaci Hickox says she will not cooperate with the state of Maine further until it lifts "all or most of the restrictions"
A new large-scale study may be a major turning point in understanding how DNA plays a role in autism
Roasted fruit bat and smoked rodents languish at market, to the dismay of bush meat vendors
John explained to CBS News why he feels that certain members of the gay community have become too lax when it comes to AIDS and HIV
Obama defends less stringent federal protocols for private citizens than for U.S. soldiers returning from the Ebola hot zone
It has a wholesome image, but overdoing the milk could increase your risk for some serious health problems
More than 1,000 U.S. troops are in Liberia and Senegal supporting efforts to combat the virus
What's become of the village where a 2-year-old boy was the first to die in the worst Ebola outbreak in history
Lawyers for Kaci Hickox, who was isolated in New Jersey against her will, say Maine has no justification to force her into a 21-day quarantine there
Study says BPA, a controversial chemical found in many plastics, has been linked to a range of health concerns
Google X research team aims to develop cancer-detecting nanotechnology that you'd swallow
Amid charged atmosphere over how to handle exposed healthcare workers, Amber Vinson's caregivers praised her as courageous
President of the World Bank issues warning about Ebola fear mongering's effect on the necessity of stopping the disease at its source
It's just a placebo, but a spoonful of agave nectar or flavored water appears to reduce symptoms
Vinson's infection set off a panic after it was revealed she had traveled from Texas to Ohio and back just before showing symptoms
12-year-old Iowa boy has a rare medical condition that's left his doctors stumped and his family desperate for answers
The new guidance comes after New York and New Jersey's governors announced quarantining rules
The boy had reportedly traveled to Guinea with relatives before coming to the United States